Tuesday, August 29, 2006

1984+22

War is peace.

8 comments:

Dr O2 said...

I am sure that George B. has no sense of what the phrase means as George O. has created but I have opened my eyes to see the inevitable direction this circus is going.

Without war we won't have peace. Without wars revolutions are created & ...

Damn words & their beyond belief idea expressions.

Hydra said...

NICE post, doc!! me like it.

War and peace! They are meaningless without each other. We cannot define one, while ignoring the other. But that's a philosophical and conceptual problem. So basically, what I'm trying to say is: like George Bush, I don't undertsand what the hell Orwell is talking about!! ;)

Dr O2 said...

it is basically saying that war is just a way to keep people busy with producing what will be destroyed in war & yet live under a constant fear of a war breaking out while in reality the war is happening somewhere far away from the borders!

See in reality America, Europe-Russia & east asia are never going to fall to any invasion due to their expanse. They can & do produce all they need. Very independent. But if war does not break out, people will become prosperous. Proparity creates revolutions & therefore is dangerous for the governing body. So wars are created to mislead thoughts of interior movements. Wars are somewhere in between major power borders: From Afghanistan to Israel, Lebenan & even Turkey! Also southern America & Some parts of Africa... This is too complicated to be explained entirely but I have come to belive the three lettered universe of meaning! For it is on daily news.

F. Stagg said...

We in the United States have learned that war is only about money and power for the people, IN POWER

David said...

Funny, I read 1984 in the 1990's. I think that some places in the world today do resemble the bleak picture of an enslaved humanity with no freedom and no privacy that was depicted in the book. North Korea comes to mind. China has certainly been that way and perhaps still is in some ways. I understand that Saudi Arabia has a pretty active thought and behavior police in the form of their Muttawa. What do you think? Do you feel controlled and programmed in Iran?

Americans do have a lot of freedoms outside of where they work, however, for people who work for large corporations, there is a great deal of thought and behavior control! Increasingly, with huge corporations taking over the television news and newspaper medias, there is a lot more control over people's emotions being exercised by a small number of very wealthy and powerful individuals. George Orwell understood the concept of propaganda very well, and his book should be a warning to us all! Freedom is a great thing, but it can very easily be lost to totalitarianism.

mariamusic said...

is it? yes, but damn it.
mariamusic.

Dr O2 said...

Well the lower class are never controlled in a strict way. They have too many problems to cause any trouble. It is the intimate people who are closely watched in each system.

Well the status is found WORLDWIDE, mostly in super powers though.

In my openion the 9/11 was created to frighten the U.S public in a way to feel the forthcoming war which realistically would have never occured in their land. Terrorists never threaten the libirty of a country. That event legitimised further offensive acts & kept the public thought on the war subject instead of thinking abt economical & political shortcoming. A total favorable distraction.

In England, Russia, China... Iran, N Korea... it is more or less the same.

It is amazing how the middle east region is defined as the best place for war for the super powers who want to sell amunition, benefit economically & keep their own public under war stress...

Orhan Kahn said...

A joint brings me peace, not war.